Korean Circle Lenses are Comfortable and do not Hurt


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Does Inserting Circle Lenses Hurt ?

Are Circle Lenses Comfortable to Wear ?

 

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If you are about to buy Korean contact lenses for the first time you might wonder if inserting lenses in your eyes hurts ?


No, of course circle lenses do not hurt but you might feel that it is a little bit difficult to insert contact lenses for the first time because you will be scared to keep your fingers and nails so close to your eyes. Do not worry as after few days you won’t fear anything at all and you will think that it is so easy to put color lenses in your eyes.

 

In general circle lenses are very soft and comfortable to wear and this is a personal feeling shared by most lenses users. In the past contact lenses were not soft and were less comfortable but this is really the past and now all contact lens wearers easily forget that they have something in their eyes.

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The only situation when wearing lenses can become uncomfortable is when your eyes are becoming dry, that’s why you should not wear contact lenses more than 8 hours a day or use eye drops few times a day.

Some people can wear contact lenses as long as they want without any problem but not everybody, so you must try for few hours first.

The most important is to follow the doctor’s instructions about how to use your contact lenses. If you haven’t met a doctor please read our Korean lens care blog.

 

Circle lenses often are more comfortable to wear than classic contact lenses or classic color lenses sold at optical shops, and the only reason why it is sometimes difficult to find Korean lenses in malls or other shops is that these lenses are too cheap compared to the huge profit that these shops make by selling their “official” brands.

 

 

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